Hi. The good news is that breast implants, whether saline or silicone, do not affect a woman’s ability to breastfeed.
However, the risk of breast augmentation interfering with breastfeeding typically depends on where the incision is made in the breast and what type of surgery you have had.
In a typical breast augmentation, the incision is made in the inframammary fold under the breast, and the implant is placed behind the pectoral muscle, which lies under the breast tissue.
In this scenario, all of the ducts that were original there are still intact and connected to the nipple, so the woman’s ability to breastfeed is not affected.
However, there are some cases where the incision is made in the armpit or around the areola, usually to make the scar less visible.
An incision around the areola can interfere with nipple sensation and disrupt the signals necessary for the milk-supply reflex, which can interfere with milk supply.
If you are unsure what type of procedure you had, ask your plastic surgeon for details.
Be careful with surgery, it has lots of side effects and can make your breast looks bad and hurt.
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